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loop-call-count-limit

Set the maximum number of instances to analyze for all marked loops.

Syntax

--loop-call-count-limit
=
<integer>
Arguments
Argument
Description
0
Analyze all instances of all marked loops.
<integer>
Analyze up to
n
number of instances for all marked loops.
Default
0 (analyze all instances of all marked loops)
Actions Modified
collect
=dependencies
collect
=map
Usage
Assumes similar runtime properties, such as the same memory access patterns, over different call instances. If this is not true, using this option may produce skewed results.
A smaller, non-zero value can minimize collection overhead.
Run a Memory Access Patterns analysis. Limit analysis to the first ten invocations of marked loops.
$ advixe-cl --collect=map --loop-call-count-limit=10 --project-dir=./new-advi -- ./bin/myApplication

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